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Microsoft Dynamics AX partner Edgewater Fullscope Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Edgewater Technology, Inc.  and Australia-based integrated solutions vendor Sable Systems have entered a strategic partnership to integrate, market and sell their respective products and services in North America and Asia Pacific.

Sable offers a range of supply chain and operational functionality, while Fullscope has developed additional features for process industries. The partnership will integrate their products and thereby create a deeper single solution, especially for food and beverage companies, while also expanding its global potential.


In addition, Sable Systems will sell the integrated Dynamics AX solution in Asia Pacific as "Fullscope Australia," while Fullscope will sell Sable’s ISV products primarily to food and beverage manufacturers throughout the United States and Canada.


“For several years we've been selling Sable solutions to our process customers in the U.S. and Canada as stand-alone options in order to address certain issues, including landed cost and demand planning,” Edgewater Fullscope senior vice president John Scandar. “But now the integration of Sable with our solution allows us to offer these customers an even more robust product, while dramatically extending our geographic footprint and market for Microsoft Dynamics.”

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